Ah, the dog days of summer. One more week until Labor Day weekend here in the United States. We’ve eaten a few kilograms of tomatoes, and started finding anonymous bags of zucchini on the front porch. It’s the time of year when, as kids, we plopped in front of the box fan and watched reruns of Family Affair and The Brady Bunch, with lashings of The Price Is Right and Dark Shadows.
We’re taking this time—starting today and into next week—to revisit some pieces from our contributors.
First up: Ann Weaver’s brilliant series on how to use color in knitting. Ann’s insight and practical advice is fresh as paint, and a big help, whether you’re designing a log cabin blanket or picking colors for your next sweater.
Keep an ear out for the ice cream truck, and enjoy!
By Ann Weaver:
This Could Come in Handy